Success in the Class Room & in the Exhibit Hall
Philadelphia, PA, May 2, 2018– Today marked the end of PharmaSUG 2018 in Seattle, WA. DataCeutics was proud to present 6 papers on key topics for today’s programmers, biostatisticians, research scientists and Pharmaceutical companies, by some of the leading programmers in their field. Five of the papers were presented in sessions and one was presented as an ePoster.
In addition to the paper presentations, DataCeutics was also an exhibitor at the conference, which this year drew a record number of attendees. Featured at this year’s booth was a Virtual Reality tour of the human body that DataCeutics wanted all participants to experience.
If you are interested in reading or learning more about our papers, please click the links below:
“Discover the Deeper DATA Step” presented by Timothy Harrington which covers new ways to simplify and improve programming;
“Patient-Level Longitudinal Analysis Plots Showing Adverse Event Timelines and Dose Titration Levels” presented by John Gerlach which reviewed the importance of lab results as a measurement of dosing levels;
“PK Data Explained” presented by Timothy J Harrington which reviewed the importance of Pharmacokinetics and the monitoring of the concentration level of certain drugs over time;
“What Makes a Good QC Programmer?” also presented by Timothy Harrington which discussed the methods employed by Quality Control Programmers;
“Making the most of SAS® Jobs in LSAF®” presented by Greg Weber of DataCeutics and Sonali Garg of Alexion, which discussed how to ensure a 21 CFR Part 11 compliant based SCE; and
Lucius Reinbolt of DataCeutics and Liz MacDonald of Nuventra Pharma Sciences who presented “Coming soon: ADNCA and the PK submission” which covered an important new guidance on the calculation of non-compartmental PK parameters.
DataCeutics is a privately held company situated outside of the Philadelphia metro area which employs statistical programmers and biostatisticians for the pharmaceutical industry.
Our mission is to provide Pharmaceutical and Biotech organizations with highly-skilled, self-starting programmers who have been shaping the future of medicine for years.
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